Saturday, October 8, 2011

As Promised....Websites for skills and reading interactive practice...!

As I spoke about at Open House and have mentioned to several of you in emails and conferences, I am including a list of fun, interactive websites for your students to practice skills/word work and reading strategies at home! Log in and have fun!
Visit the Game Goo website to play games to practice letter recognition, phonics, synonym, antonym, and spelling concepts. The fast-action games are divided into three levels of difficulty.
Check this mega-website with links to alphabet, phonics, and spelling games at other websites. Although hundreds of literacy- related games can be accessed through this site, Gamequarium is only a portal, so the quality of the games and computer requirements vary.
Join the Reading Planet Club at the Reading Is Fundamental website to play a variety of phonics, word-study, and spelling games at the Game Station, and be sure to check out the Book Zone and Express Yourself to read about featured authors and books and learn more about writing.
Check Scholastic’s Learning Arcade to play concentration, make a word, word scrabble, and word find games featuring Clifford the Big Red Dog and other book characters. Also, visit the Homework Hub to create spelling scrambles and word searches using students’ spelling words (up to 10 words).

 These websites will get the kiddos started! I will keep researching for others and post as I find quality sites! :)

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